This training course is designed to clarify how the US regulates drugs for aquaculture. It provides information to identify what drugs may be used and how they should be used to prevent unacceptable residues. It identifies where to look for detailed and current information, and provides a general summary of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements and recommendations for drug use in aquaculture. The training course is designed for foreign producers who export their products to the US and may also be useful for foreign regulators.
Food protection is the connection of food quality, food safety and food defense elements into a common risk-based food protection platform. At the end of this course you will have a food defense plan suitable for the Nation's food protection purposes.
This course is intended to prepare professional laboratory analysts for hands-on laboratory training.
This Train the Trainer Course on Food Safety Training for Farm Workers producing and processing Spices and Dried Aromatic Herbs satisfies the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition’s (JIFSAN) strategic objectives of 1) increasing global knowledge on effective and affordable practices that promote the safety of food throughout the supply chain and 2) enhancing the development and use of educational and risk communication tools for improving food safety; while meeting the recommended farm worker training described in the Codex Code of Hygienic Practices for Spice and Dried Aromatic Herbs (CAC/RCP 42-1995) and other materials.